Still feeling ¯\_(ツ)_/¯: 23% of New Yorkers undecided in latest poll on wide-open mayor’s race


Democrats in heavily-blue New York City are potentially selecting the city’s next mayor in a primary just six weeks away. But the latest poll on the race suggests that nearly a quarter of all voters have no idea who to vote for — and the contest itself remains wide open.

The Emerson College/PIX11 News poll found that not one of the 13 Democrats running for mayor had support greater than 20%. An astonishing 23% of all those surveyed said they were undecided on their choice in the June 22 primary.

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